Needed help configuring Cisco 7200 Series Router

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I have a Cisco 7200 Series Router connected directly to network, I need to connect my two offices in different locations over internet. I also need to configure VoIP in this Router, so i can make calls to my other office and able to access the EPABX over there. Anybody help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #82531

Needed help configuring Cisco 7200 Series Router

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Hi,

To be able to connect two offices in various locations in the internet, you have to assign different IP Addresses to you Cisco Routers, for assigning different IP addresses in your router you should try these commands. Router7200 (config) # interface serial 0 Router7200 (config-if) # IP address. Please put the corresponding IP Address.

But, before doing the instruction above you must first check the basic configuration first is to configure the hostname enable the password the vty line password of every each interface. In configuring your VOIP, perform these task. Please configure all these in your router. The IP networks, VOIP the Voice port analog and digital, then the dial peers and network interference, lastly is to simulate the trunk connection, all is required except the trunk connection which is optional.

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Needed help configuring Cisco 7200 Series Router

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You need to first to know the status of your router which connects directly to the network. You need to type this to the console of your router sh ip int brief to know if there are other network connected to your router.
 
After which specify the serial ports to be used by your new network and configure its network interface by typing ifconfig interface [enter] ifconfig ip address subnetmask [enter] no shutdown. Repeat this steps with the other network and the VoIP. Trunk the gateway address of each of the network you want to connect. Then test the connectivity by using the command ping IP address.

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